But I'm offended more by the Moroccan government who is using Islam to silence its westernized critics and the threat of extremism to imprison and torture their opponents.
But I guess the trophy goes to the BBC, which took upon itself to put the story into a neat, civilizational context:
So now the judges in particular and Morocco in general have a choice. And it is not an easy one. Do they side with liberal values and win the admiration of Western democracies, or do they uphold their Islamic traditions and receive the backing of most of the Arab world? But laughter, like freedom, the journalists said, could not be suppressed.So here you've it, it's either "liberal values" or "Islamic traditions" and the backing of either "Western democracies" or the "arab world". How lame?